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Sixteen-year-old Daniel is kind, easy-going, and always willing to lend a helping hand. more
Arizona non-profit Arizonans for Children has received a donation of 10 million bottles of hand sanitizer from Healing Solutions in both 2-ounce and 16-ounce bottles. The organization is donating … more
Local women who are pursuing vocational, skills training or an undergraduate degree are encouraged to apply for the Live Your Dream Award through Soroptimist International of the East Valley. Two … more
Copies of Independent Newsmedia’s 2022 Scenic Arizona Calendar are now available for purchase. Photographers with submissions featured in the calendar include: Curtis Roberts, of Peoria; … more
Smart and quick thinking, Seth is a natural puzzle solver, but there’s just one puzzle he has yet to solve: finding a forever family to call his own. The 16-year-old is open to all different … more
Mesa resident Jayeden Valbrun began the sixth grade a few months ago at Arizona State University Prep Digital online K-12 school. He has expressed interest in accelerating his learning by taking … more
As part of Adolfson & Peterson Construction’s National Day of Giving, the construction manager’s Southwest division spent an afternoon volunteering with Feed My Starving Children to … more
Fifteen-year-old Damone is hard to miss. The high school sophomore is growing like a weed and using his height to hone in his basketball talents. more
The Human Services Campus is investing funds from a $200,000 Thunderbirds Charities grant to enhance and expand services critical to ending homelessness for local clients of the outreach … more
Sometimes nature’s best medicine is the great outdoors, some might say, as feeling the breeze of natural wind or the smell of naturally occurring flora and fauna can help change, reset and show … more
At a visit to LEGOLAND Discovery Center, Gabe had the opportunity to build whatever he wanted. So what did he build? more
Registration for the My Hope Bag Sixth Annual Charity Golf Tournament to benefit My Hope Bag, a local non-profit organization that supports the breast cancer community, is underway. Online … more
If you’re looking for Danny, go where the action is, that’s where you’ll find him. more
Tyris is always on the go. more
From what began as a simple idea and a kitchen table project, Jennifer Cooper is now showing the Valley of the Sun the power love can have.  Through community-based projects and working with fellow nonprofits … more
Danielle McMahon, 31, serves as the director of food services at the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in Phoenix. Officials at St. Vincent content Danielle’s story, which is one of young … more
The Apache Junction Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has hired Mary Ann Przybylski as president and CEO. She will assume the role in August. Przybylski has worked as the director of … more
“I’m looking forward to being adopted because I’m tired of moving and I want a place to call my own.” more
When Tempe resident, Victoria Thurman’s grandfather complained about the lack of artwork on the walls at his assisted-living facility, she noticed an opportunity for her photography to serve a … more
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